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We’ve Turned 7! Happy Birthday to Us!

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7 Years… 7 whole incredible, terrifying, uplifting, challenging, beautiful years. When June rolls around every year, I set aside time to reflect on Find Your Voice Music Therapy’s journey to date. It’s a time to look back at what has been and how it has shaped us; a time to look forward to plan where […]

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Getting to Know Alexa!

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We are beyond thrilled to welcome Alexa Munroe Choquette to the Find Your Voice Music Therapy: Katarokwi/ Kingston, ON team.  Read May’s blog post to learn more about Alexa! =) What are you passionate about in music therapy? Music therapy is a way to connect with others on a different level and through a means […]

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Connecting through Dementia and Alzheimer’s

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Find Your Voice Music Therapy. Providence Care. Mackenzie Costron. Accredited Music Therapist. Registered Counselling Therapist. Therapeutic Touch. Guitar. Smiling. Positive Affect.

No matter what your personal experience is, music serves as a universal language.  You may not have expertise in music but you can still identify with music’s melody, harmony, rhythm, and lyrics.   All of us have the capacity to be emotionally moved by a piece of music, in both a negative and positive way.  As […]

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Getting to Know Mackenzie!

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Find Your Voice Music Therapy. Halifax, Nova Scotia. Kingston, Ontario. Mackenzie Costron. Accredited Music Therapist. Registered Counselling Therapist.

Mackenzie Costron is the owner and founder of Find Your Voice Music Therapy and provides music therapy services to Halifax, NS and Area. She specializes in working with seniors including dementia and Alzheimer’s, mental health, palliative care as well as self-care and wellness. Mackenzie graduated from Acadia University with a Bachelor of Music Therapy (BMT) […]

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Getting to Know Kim!

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Kimberly Dolan. Music Therapist. Kingston, Ontario.

Kimberly Dolan is a Music Therapist at our Kingston, ON Location holding Masters of Music Therapy from Wilfrid Laurier University.  She specializes in mental health with adults and seniors including the application of music therapy within correctional institutions.  In addition, Kimberly has clinical experience working with individuals with developmental delays, and seniors with dementia and Alzheimers.Why did […]